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Bring Your Own Device

Avoid Potential FLSA Wage-and-Hour Pitfalls

Summary

At first glance, Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) programs seem win-win: employees are given the flexibility to purchase the consumer devices (such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and more) best Suited to their work and personal needs, and employers save thousands in overhead. But BYOD also opens employers to potential wage-and-hour issues—not due to the device itself, but due to the at-work-at-all-times flexibility BYOD promotes. Employers can protect themselves from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) complaints in three steps: encouraging employees to report all time worked, setting clear policies on working outside of normal scheduled hours, and ensuring minimum wage is maintained despite device expenses and fees.

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